Fall 2015 China Seminar Series
October 23, 12:00pm - 1:30pm
Mānoa Campus, Moore 319
CCS China Seminar Series take place in the Tokioka Room, Moore Hall 417 at 12:00 noon.
See below (and the attachment) for the Fall schedule of talks:
Friday, 10/2, Lin Shu-hwa, "Rising Dragon: Fashion Styles", Culturally influenced images were selected to compare similarities and differences from current modern styles influence by Chinese culture. Fashion design is about utilizing inspiration to provoke thought and to create new trends. This process also incorporates media, music, life style, magazines, fashion forecasts, and street-fashion. In fashion showcases, garment prints with a Chinese influence are often seen in high-end fashion designs.
Friday, 10/16, George Wang, "The 2014 Hong Kong Protests: a photographic documentation"
Friday, 10/23, Xu Di, "Educational Philosophy â€“ East, West, and Beyond: A Reading and Discussion of Xue Ji (å¸è¨˜)"
Friday, 10/30, Fred Blake, "The Ethnic Factor in Modern Chinaâ€”Nine Theses"
Wednesday, 11/4, panel discussion, "The Media in China", panel presented by four Chinese journalist Parvin Fellows at UHM
Friday, 11/6, Christian Peterson, "A Comparative Analysis of Socioeconomic Inequality in Neolithic northern China and Prehispanic Mesoamerica"
Friday, 11/13, Zheng Dongping, "Technology, culture and language learning: the power of abduction"
Friday, 12/4, Wang Haidan, "Up! Happiness conceptualization in Chinese motion verbs"
Free and open to the public
Center for Chinese Studies and Confucius Institute at UHM, Mānoa Campus
(808) 956-8891, firstname.lastname@example.org, Fall 2015 China Seminar Series (PDF)